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Necchi 4825 bobbin winding problems

Cannot get bobbins to wind. Had in shop twiceHelp

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Or stop by the local fabric store (or even Amazon online) and pick up a standalone bobbin winder for about $25 US. You can wind all your bobbins on the little unit and not subject your machine to additional wear and tear.

Posted on May 15, 2015

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